|On Wednesday, we went to Mass to celebrate the Feast of the Assumption, and then headed out to Jamestown.|
|My handsome Alexander, ready to roll.|
|Mom and her boys|
|The basket weaver|
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|Old timey games|
|I was in charge of strolling-until-he-sleeps|
|This guy taught us about weapons that sailors used.|
|Checking out the ships|
|Lunch break. |
We brought our own food everywhere and saved a lot of moolah.
|Maggie looks ready for battle, if only she could actually look.|
|Watching someone make something. I couldn't keep up. Judging from the boys interest level, it must be a knife or sword.|
|More old timey games|
|A spiky ball (I don't actually know what it was, that's just what Andrew called it)|
|Phil said Andrew should grow his hair out like this dude.|
|I loved this image of a fur trader's dealings, look how much money he made! He earned a 650% profit on a deal like this one!!!|
|Goodies from the gift store|
Later that night, Phil and I went out on a date while Nana and Gramps watched the kids.
TMI? (Too Much Imagery?)
We went to a delicious Mexican restaurant, and I had to take a picture of this waiter making the world's fastest guacamole. Not for us, for the table next to us. I'm allergic to avocados (cue violin):
Then Phil let me shop at The Loft while he
flirted talked to a stranger about the Laura Ingraham's book he was reading, and they commiserated about how the world was going to hell in a hand basket.
It was another great day of vacation!